Am I Trustworthy?
Provides examples of trustworthiness--returning borrowed articles, keeping promises and doing a good job with assigned tasks.
Producer Coronet Instructional FilmsProduction Company Coronet Instructional FilmsSponsor N/AAudio/Visual sound, color
director: Ted Peshak; caneraman: Dale Sharkey; writer: George Tychsen; editor: Dick Kirschner; Alma Dubas - the teacher:; Educational Collaborator: Elizabeth B. Carey, Ph.D., Supervisor, Bureau of Instructional Supervision, The University of the State of New York
February 28, 2016
Eddie Johnson loses the Election for treasurer for the club he is in. He blames it on the other boy who gets it, because the other boy is so trustworthy.
I think the reason is Eddie's haircut. This rather bizarre looking moptop.
I love Coronet guidance films. This is the 3rd such film I've seen that lays it thick on how a boy can be more acceptable in the world. In this case you can be more trustworthy by doing your homework on time and doing housework(!). Suuuure. Also, the film uses the well used Coronet trademark of making a chart for yourself and that will solve everything. Reccomended!